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automobile show, Cars, cars show, Cartier, Cartier ‘Travel with Style’ Concours d’Elégance, Featured, Karl Lagerfeld, Online Exclusive, Rambagh Palace, Yasmin Le Bon
The former supermodel, who is a judge at...
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Design, Design Studio, Designer, Featured, Home Decor, Homeware, IKEA, India, Interior, Kangan Arora, Kangan Arora Studio, Kangan Arora X IKEA, Online Exclusive, Sweden
Ranging from home textiles to tableware, the London-based...
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Fashion, Featured, Flagship Store, Ralph Lauren, Ralph Lauren Collection, Ralph Lauren Purple Label, Style, The Chanakya
Housed in Delhi's The Chanakya mall, it's two-stories...
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Frederique Constant’s new Ladies Automatic models
Both classic and contemporary in design, Frederique Constant’s...
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Art Piece Edition Historique, Audemars Piguet, Bonbon Collection, Bulgari, CODE 11.59, Featured, Greubel Forsey, H Moser & Cie, horology, Lvcea Skeleton, Online Exclusive, Richard Mille, Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie Genève, Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie Genève 2019, SIHH, SIHH 2019, Skeleton X, Swiss Alp Watch Concept Black, Time, Ulysse Nardin, Watches
Sifting through the novelties that were revealed at...
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Custom-made garments, Fashion, Featured, Michele Boutique, Mukesh Pahuja
April 16, 2019

Custom-made garments, whether couture or everyday outfits, are a significant part of our dressmaking heritage. Rushmika Banerjee scouts around for Mumbai-based tailors and boutiques that specialise in the art of bespoke clothing and make it a seamless experience
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Mehndi, Prabhleen Kaur, Fashion Blogger, Textile Designer
April 12, 2019

Visually inviting, soothing on the skin, earthy scents – mehndi stimulates all senses. The undervalued art of its application is a beautiful technique, which also creates a shared space of intimacy between the person applying the henna and the one whose skin is being adorned. In an exclusive project for Verve, Delhi-based fashion blogger and textile designer Prabhleen Kaur uses the contours of palms and feet as canvases, and conceptualises contemporary mehndi designs that celebrate indigenous motifs and human diversity
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Anjali Lama, Spring 2019
April 10, 2019

The Spring 2019 runways display an assortment of free-spirited styles, structured details and retro hues. Think tie-dye, gym shorts, pleats, terracotta and khaki. The trendsetting Anjali Lama chats with Verve about her success and sartorial philosophy as she steps out in the season’s new heroes
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Fashon, Get The Look, Spring/Summer ’19

This season is all about seeking adventures in relaxed silhouettes, with fuss-free accessories. Verve welcomes the most covetable styles of Spring/Summer ’19 — crossbody bags, graphic-print coordinates, oversized ensembles, short suits and utilitarian wear….
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Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams, Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A)

Showcasing garments, accessories, photographs, films, and even his personal possessions, Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams — the retrospective on the legendary couturier at the V&A, London — unveils the diverse dimensions of the man and his brand. Verve experiences the glamour of the fashion house at the VIP preview
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Wendell Rodricks
March 20, 2019

The lingua franca of Indian fashion started taking shape in the early ’90s when designers from different parts of the country began to move out of their cocooned boutiques into the mass retail landscape, where they conceptualised exclusive brands that were built on a quintessentially Indian aesthetic. Rushmika Banerjee reaches out to three industry stalwarts, who started their careers in the same decade, and has them reimagine one of their classic designs for a contemporary buyer
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Ayurveda, Beauty, Doshas, Featured, Haircare, Kapha, Ohria, Online Exclusive, Pitta, Rajni Ohri, Skincare, Vata, Wellness
March 20, 2019

Ohria Ayurveda, a beauty and skincare brand, acquaints us with an ancient Indian ritual — dosha analysis — which may well be the answer to many of our modern problems
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Are Fashion Weeks Still Relevant?

With designers choosing to debut collections on social media, magazine editors visiting infrequently, buyers cutting short their time spent and no one really clamouring for that controversial front row -- does anybody still care? Asks Nishat Fatima.
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